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How To Animate in PowerPoint | Productivity

PowerPoint lets you make animations by adding motion effects to slide elements and saving the result in MP4 video format. The program offers a number of animated options for different purposes, such as emphasizing or removing an object from the scene, and the user can determine the order and duration of the movements. The function is useful for mounting stickers when in the absence of a specialized editor, such as Premiere. In the following tutorial, learn how to make PowerPoint animation and save it to video.

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Learn how to make animations in PowerPoint Photo: Divulgao / MicrosoftLearn how to make animations in PowerPoint Photo: Divulgao / Microsoft

Learn how to make animations in PowerPoint Photo: Divulgao / Microsoft

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Step 1. Open PowerPoint on PC by searching Windows;

Find the PowerPoint icon on your PC and click to open it Photo: Playback / RebecaLetieriFind the PowerPoint icon on your PC and click to open it Photo: Playback / RebecaLetieri

Find the PowerPoint icon on your PC and click to open it Photo: Playback / RebecaLetieri

Step 2. Start a new presentation by clicking on the "Blank Presentation" option;

Click on 'Blank Presentation' to start a new task. Photo: Play / Rebeca LetieriClick on 'Blank Presentation' to start a new task. Photo: Play / Rebeca Letieri

Click on 'Blank Presentation' to start a new task. Photo: Play / Rebeca Letieri

Step 3. Add images and text to the slide. To do so, go to the "Insert" option in the top menu and select "Pictures" or "Text Box". You can even search for images online, or create photo albums;

To insert text and image click on 'Text Box' and 'Images' respectively Photo: Playback / Rebeca LetieriTo insert text and image click on 'Text Box' and 'Images' respectively Photo: Playback / Rebeca Letieri

To insert text and image click on 'Text Box' and 'Images' respectively Photo: Playback / Rebeca Letieri

Step 4. Select the item you want to add the animation to. Then go to the "Animations" tab in the top menu;

Select a desired item and click on 'Animations' in the top menu Photo: Playback / Rebeca LetieriSelect a desired item and click on 'Animations' in the top menu Photo: Playback / Rebeca Letieri

Select a desired item and click on 'Animations' in the top menu Photo: Playback / Rebeca Letieri

Step 5. Choose the effect from the animations to apply to the selected object. Choose one;

Click the down arrow and open the list of animation options. Photo: Playback / Rebeca LetieriClick the down arrow and open the list of animation options. Photo: Playback / Rebeca Letieri

Click the down arrow and open the list of animation options. Photo: Playback / Rebeca Letieri

Step 6. With the animation selected, press "Effect Options" to make specific changes to the chosen activity. These options vary depending on the selected animation;

To change the way your animation acts, simply click on the 'Effects of Effect' Photo: Playback / Rebeca LetieriTo change the way your animation acts, simply click on the 'Effects of Effect' Photo: Playback / Rebeca Letieri

To change the way your animation acts, simply click on the 'Effects of Effect' Photo: Playback / Rebeca Letieri

Step 7. If you want to move an object around the slide, select one of the "Animation Paths" options. Drag the line that appears to reposition it or click and drag one of the points on the line to change its shape;

To move your selected item, choose an 'Animation Path' and position your object. Photo: Playback / Rebeca LetieriTo move your selected item, choose an 'Animation Path' and position your object. Photo: Playback / Rebeca Letieri

To move your selected item, choose an 'Animation Path' and position your object. Photo: Playback / Rebeca Letieri

Step 8. After adding all desired animations to your slide, left numbers of each item indicate the order in which the effects will occur. Clicking on a number demonstrates the animation to which it belongs. You can also change an animation by clicking the number next to an animated item and selecting a new animation;

Check out the number and order of your animations on the slide. Photo: Playback / Rebeca LetieriCheck out the number and order of your animations on the slide. Photo: Playback / Rebeca Letieri

Check out the number and order of your animations on the slide. Photo: Playback / Rebeca Letieri

Step 9. To change the animation time, select an animated item and change the numbers in the "Duration" and / or "Delay" text boxes in the upper right corner of the menu. You can also change what triggers the animation by clicking on the "Start" option and then selecting "On Click", "With Previous" or "After Previous";

Choose how your animation will start, the duration and the delay to play it Photo: Playback / Rebeca LetieriChoose how your animation will start, the duration and the delay to play it Photo: Playback / Rebeca Letieri

Choose how your animation will start, the duration and the delay to play it Photo: Playback / Rebeca Letieri

Step 10. To reorder the animations, click the effect you want to move up or down in the order of animations, and then press "Move Previous" or "Move Later" on the right side of the top menu;

Reorder your animations to your preference Photo: Playback / Rebeca LetieriReorder your animations to your preference Photo: Playback / Rebeca Letieri

Reorder your animations to your preference Photo: Playback / Rebeca Letieri

Step 11. If you want to add an existing animation to another object, press "Animation Painter" on the upper right side of the menu and select the item you want to apply the effect to;

If you liked how an animation looked on your slide, you can copy it to another item in the 'Animation Brush' Photo: Playback / Rebeca LetieriIf you liked how an animation looked on your slide, you can copy it to another item in the 'Animation Brush' Photo: Playback / Rebeca Letieri

If you liked how an animation looked on your slide, you can copy it to another item in the 'Animation Brush' Photo: Playback / Rebeca Letieri

Step 12. To add an exit animation to an object, select it and access the animations in the "Exit" section of the menu to choose your favorite one;

Add exit animations to your slide Photo: Playback / Rebeca LetieriAdd exit animations to your slide Photo: Playback / Rebeca Letieri

Add exit animations to your slide Photo: Playback / Rebeca Letieri

Step 13. At the end, to save the animation, choose MP4 format. Go to "File" and then "Export" and "Create Video" to finish.

Save your presentation as a video Photo: Playback / Rebeca LetieriSave your presentation as a video Photo: Playback / Rebeca Letieri

Save your presentation as a video Photo: Playback / Rebeca Letieri

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